Join us in the Sacred Valley of Peru for an insightful conversation with the renowned Penny Livingston, who is a teacher, speaker, and visionary leader in the field of permaculture and regenerative design. In this conversation, Penny shares her story of discovering permaculture in the early days of its inception as a design science, as well as what she has learned over the subsequent 25 years about the challenges and opportunities we collectively face at these times of ecological crisis and emergent creative solutions. We have the opportunity to lift up a recent multi-day collaboration that took place in the Sacred Valley between Penny Livingston, the soulful band Rising Appalachia, and the Peruvian nonprofit Reviveolution, which brought together themes of permaculture, musical activism, and indigenous stewardship. This is a far-reaching conversation that ranges from topics of permaculture to spirituality, indigenous stewardship to humanity’s need to return home to ourselves and to the Earth. _______________________________________________________________________________________________

Want to Learn More?

– You can find out more about Penny Livingston and her work at http://www.regenerativedesign.org/instructors/penny-livingston-stark#.XJkSWChKhPY
– You can check our more of the inspiring work that the Peruvian nonprofit Reviveolution is doing at http://www.reviveolution.net/
– You can dive into Rising Appalachia’s soulful tunes at https://www.risingappalachia.com/
– Special thanks to Parra for Cuva for the use of the song “Useless Magic” from the album Paspatou. You can check out more of his visionary sound at http://www.parraforcuva.com/

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